Idea Details

Keyboard shortcuts for frequently-used commands

Last activity 06-13-2019 02:17 PM
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04-13-2018 04:36 PM

The Automic Web Interface should provide the ability to activate frequently-used command via keyboard shortcuts. Examples include:

  • Search
  • Help
  • Refresh
  • Edit
  • Edit in new window
  • Close
  • Execute
  • Show monitor
  • Show parent monitor
  • Show executions
  • Restart
  • Show report
  • Delete
  • Rename
  • Duplicate
  • New Folder
  • New Object

Legacy enhancement request ID: PMPER-1729, opened October 2016.

 

This idea is included in the list of Java UI features that are missing from AWI.


Comments

02-19-2019 05:04 AM

Here’s one more missing keyboard shortcut: in the Java User Interface, one can open a selected folder in the Explorer by hitting the Enter key. This capability is missing from the Explorer tab in the AWI’s Process Assembly perspective.

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07-02-2018 04:42 AM

We need shortcuts!

Most needed "F2" rename!

07-01-2018 07:00 PM

The AWA v12.2 documentation includes a page describing some keyboard shortcuts, but these do not appear to be new. Rather, they appear to either standard shortcuts that work in any application, or shortcuts common to most web browsers.

04-26-2018 05:14 AM

Just one example:

Activating Context-sensitive help requires selecting Open Help from the menu in the upper right corner.

It should be possible to activate the context-sensitive help function simply by pressing the F1 key, as in the Java UI.

04-25-2018 07:36 AM

Much needed enhancement